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Summary

What is health? It is more than not being ill - good health is a state of physical and mental well-being. Our thoughts and feelings affect our physical health. NLP studies the way our thinking can influence our health.

This audiobook tells you how to recognize and deal with worry and stress, become calmer, change your emotional state so you are more resistant to ilness, deal with insomnia, and start to create the healthy future you want.

This book includes practical, guided exercises to help you bring your mind and body into harmony.

©2009 Ian McDermott (P)2009 Harper Collins Publishers

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  • 06-11-11

Ridiculous ping noise drove me nuts

The continuous pinging noise at the end of every sentence when we are supposed to pause and do the suggested activity made it impossible to listen to. A minute or 2 of silence would have sufficed. Ridiculous. I couldn't finish it. Wasted that credit...

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